Announcements, Announcements, Announcements
Have you returned your ballot yet? Ballots have been sent. If you have not yet received yours, call your county auditor and let him/her know. Ballots must be returned with a post mark of November 6 or earlier or must be in a ballot return box by 8:00 pm of November 6. Be SURE your ballot is counted by returning it earlier than the deadline. YOUR VOICE COUNTS ONLY WHEN YOU VOTE.
On October 28 we welcome back Bridget Laflin. "Come As You Are"
This will be an exploration of the importance of vulnerability to spiritual growth and living community.
Following her service we will be discussing our future as a fellowship. Be sure to join us in this important conversation.
This week we welcome Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound, with their 2018 concert: Whispers of a Quiet Conversation - promises, gardens, and rain. This is a benefit for Benedict House, which provides temporary housing and assistance to single me and their children. Your donations will go to help this important ministry.PUUF members will host a reception following the concert.
350.org Seattle came up with a great plan to honor the Salish Sea on September 15th with a Salish Sea Day of Action! Communities around the Sea will be putting events together to educate and/or honor the Salish Sea.
We're going to have an event at the Agnus Dei Lutheran Church from 7-9 PM where we'll be screening the documentary, The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement, and we'll have a discussion after the screening about what we're doing to get rights of nature for the Southern Resident Killer Whales.
We are working to establish legal rights for the Southern Resident Killer Whale. Under our current legal system humans and corporations have legal standing but animals and ecosystems don’t. We believe that animals and ecosystems should also have legal rights and be able to defend those rights in court. For more information please contact Kriss A. Kevorkian, PhD, MSW
Our Next PUUF Fellowship meets on Sept. 9 at 4:00 pm at Agnus Dei Lutheran Church. We will have a traditional water service. Anyone is welcome and we invite you to bring a small amount of water from somewhere you traveled this summer or from a source that is meaningful to you. We welcome Bridget Laflin, who will lead our service. She is halfway through her training as a seminary student at Seattle University pursing her Master of Divinity degree. She lives in Shoreline, WA with her husband and two children. She enjoys hanging out with friends, playing board games, and performing with her comedy improv troupe. After she completes her education, she plans to become a Unitarian Universalist minister.
Our deepest condolences and sympathy are with Amy Wilkerson, whose beloved Albert Wilkerson, Jr. passed away at his home on Fox Island on August 15th, 2018. He was a proud member of the United States Marine Corps, retiring as Master Sergeant. Albert was also a teacher for many years with San Diego Unified School District. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. Please refer to www.edwardsmemorial.com for full memorial.
Join us on September 9 after our summer break as we celebrate coming back together with our water ceremony.
Summer Schedule: We take the summer off for renewal. Join us for our summer picnic on July 22. Our next regularly scheduled service at Agnus Dei Lutheran Church will be on Sept. 9 with our water ceremony.
July 22, 2018
The PUUF Board will provide meat: hamburgers, vegi burgers, salmon burgers and buns, plus beverages and condiments. Please bring a salad or dessert to compliment the meal.
Change of Location: The picnic will be held at Gary and Anne's home in Olalla: 15557 Sunny Cove Drive, Olalla 98359
253 853 1909 for questions about directions
Join us for our last official service of the year with a special presentation by Rev. Kurt Schwalbe, from San Juan Island, with Woodie Guthrie songs.